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Burrell Behavioral Health Improves Care and Patient Security by Implementing Hyland Software's OnBase
Date:3/1/2013

CLEVELAND, March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Behavioral health organizations aim to provide excellent patient care and need the right technology to do so. As Burrell Behavioral Health continued to grow, so did the amount of paper in the organization. The health provider sought an enterprise-wide solution that had the capability to improve both its departmental and clinical processes and patient care practices throughout its more than 30 healthcare facilities. Burrell chose Hyland Software because of its understanding of behavioral health practices and enterprise content management (ECM) knowledge to enhance workflows that aid in providing superior patient care.  

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"We chose OnBase because we see the ongoing value the solution will deliver to automate processes and improve the sharing of information across all our facilities, helping us deliver extraordinary patient care," said Greg Sellers , director of IT at Burrell. By implementing Hyland Software's ECM solution, OnBase, Burrell will connect all information, including unstructured data, to its Anasazi electronic medical record (EMR), to create a complete patient record. By having behavioral health records incorporated with other health records and medication lists, physicians and clinicians are able to provide better care because all of this patient information becomes securely managed while also being seamlessly accessible from within the EMR.

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